When Judge Hillyer was elected he sold out his farm and gave his slaves to his children.
Judge Hillyer had one son, William, dat wouldn't go to college.
Hillyer, recovering from his amazement, stepped smiling to where she stood, and reached both his hands to her.
Mr Hillyer,” said I, “oblige me by coming down into the cabin.
“It would be another matter if there were anything you could do,” Hillyer went on.
Hillyer was quite a young man, then in his twenties, and very brilliant.
With Hillyer and Smythe silently following, she ran to the cottage, and through the open door.
He wotteth well that Hillyer hath none who can burnish plate armour like Tibble here.
This function had been appointed to take place in the house of Lieutenant Hillyer, the third attache mentioned in the above list.
He gave me and my sister Sylvia to his son, Dr. Hillyer, and my father to another one of his sons who was studying law.